Wow.. the mental leap to make this new 3D printer is a big one: use your computer’s sound card output to drive mirrors to direct a laser for X and Y axis, and use an IV-style drip for the Z axis. Brilliant, I say, brilliant… and so did $700k worth of Kickstarter backing. Plus, the dude’s open sourced the specs and it should cost about $100 to make one. And this kind of laser curing is superior to a lot of the filament depositing techniques used by many of the other inexpensive models right now. I’m excited!